The OKR product has 3 different ways to measure the progress of the Key Results:

Automatically by the system;

Manually;

Advanced mode with intervals

The advanced mode with intervals aims to classify the progress of the Key Result into numerical grades having 1 or more ranges of achievement.

**Example:** *for the range between 0% and 30% of the Key Result, the grade will be 1. For the range between 30% and 100%, the grade will be 2.*

In addition, the scale of notes with intervals can use two different types of calculations:

# Linear calculation

Intervals with linear calculations accept a starting note and a final note for the interval. Any intermediate value will be calculated linearly. For example:

In this case, we have 2 grade ranges, a range of 0% - 30% with a floor grade 0 and a ceiling grade 1, and another 30% - 100% range with a floor grade 1 and a ceiling grade 2.

Every time we update our indicator, the score achieved will be in accordance with these intervals. For example, if we reach 0.5 (25%), the score will be 0.83 (proportional to the first interval):

If the achievement is 1.5 (75%), the score will be 1.64 (proportional to the second interval):

# Constant calculation

A constant calculation accepts only one note and any progress in that range will have that same note.

In the example above, we have:

Progress range of 0% - 10% with grade 0.5;

Progress range of 10% - 25% with grade 1;

Progress range of 25% - 50% with grade 2;

Progress range of 50% - 75% with grade 3;

Progress range of 75% - 100% with grade 4;

So, when updating this Key Result, reaching 1 (25%) returns grade 2:

Reaching 2.5 (61.5%) returns grade 3:

**⚠️ Important:** the initial percentage is always included in the target range (closed range) while the final percentage is not (open range). In other words, based on the previous example, the 25% achievement is the same as grade 2, not grade 1.

**✏️ Note:** If the progress achieved of the Key Result exceeds the ceiling of the last inserted interval, the note reached will be that of this last interval (for this reason the 100% interval is included in note 4 in the previous example). A warning about this issue will always appear when creating the last interval:

The platform by default shows 6 intervals to be chosen, but you can enter as many as you want, just enter the desired value and select it to save correctly:

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